This was the question a Pastor Mentor asked me when I told him about my book. This was a question I’ve never really thought about, so when he asked me I was kinda taken aback and I had to think well before I gave him an answer.
What is my story? Why did a young single girl write a book on Virginity or I dare say sex? What was she thinking about? Does she have the experience to write such a book? Read More »
I have no intention of scaring you on this lovely day, but I came across some really heartbreaking statistics about Nigeria which I feel compelled to share. When I read the statistics I became burdened about the state of morality in our country Nigeria.
Fact 1: Nigeria has the second largest HIV epidemic in the world and one of the highest rates of new infection in sub-Saharan Africa.
The size of Nigeria’s population means 3.1 million people were living with HIV in 2017. Read More »
A few years ago, I went to visit my friend impromptu. I got to her house, knocked on the door but her brother answered.
In front of me was a hot piece of caramel ice cream. He had sexy eyes, muscular body, complete six packs, Jesus I couldn’t get my eyes off his body. In fact I wanted to run my hands over his abs and feel his muscle. Jeezzzz. Read More »
The year was 2009; I was a corper serving in Benin City Edo state Nigeria. That fateful morning I was on my way to work, but I was broke. The only money I had on me was what would take me to work, no money to bring me back or money for lunch. Read More »
I recently started watching Insecure (I know I’m late). I’ve been hearing a lot about it and I just felt it’s something I need to watch but I just didn’t get to it. Recently however, I fortunately stumbled into it and boy was I glad. Read More »
Yeah, you read that title right, having the Holy Ghost won’t put you before Kings. Having the Holy Ghost is an added advantage to you as a Christian. It is through diligence that one is set before Kings. The bible says in Proverbs 22:29 (NKJV), “Do you see a man who excels in his work?Read More »
I once had a dog named Chelsea. Chelsea was a very lovely dog, very friendly, very active, very welcoming and related with us like a member of the family. Whenever any of us (family member) got back home, Chelsea would run and jump into your hands to welcome you. Chelsea was like that, welcoming to family members but brutal to strangers. If you were a stranger, you couldn’t get past the gate except a member of the family comes to get you. Read More »